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OPFIOB, B-CTJCiTjBJTIlSr BTJIXJDXIJra-, COS,. 12TH 8TEBBT W.QIIITC3-a?03r A.V3B3I3"CrBJ.
JOHN H. OBEKLY, PROPRIETOR.
CURO. ILLINOIS, TUESDAY, MARCH 4, 1873.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF CITY AND COUNTY.
t'llFjjiivTPinw itihl'i Street.
rrrachlnir, HabbatU at !.) a.m. and 7 p.m
4 ilifmtli School. 3 run. J. II. I.ansdcn. 8u
pcrlntondciit. Hkv. li. Tiiavkh, 1'antor
MBTIIODI8T. Cor. Eighth and Walnut 8ts
Preaching, Hahbnlli at 10) a.m.. and 7 p. m
rrarcr meeting, weunesuay, i p.m.
Sabbath School 9. p.m. L. W. Stlllwell,
tJupcrlntcndont. ItKV. F. L. TiiOMi-ttON,
C'HUUCll OF TUB nEDnKMKit-fEpIsco.
Morning prayer. Sabbath 10) A.m.
KvonliiK prayer, 7) p.m.
Sabbath School, 0 a.m.
Hkv. K. Coan. Itcctor,
, ST. TATltlCK'S CIIUKOU Ninth bt. and
' i.. .......
J'liMIc ctn lcu, Sabbath 8:10 and 10) a.m.
i s,icik, 7 p.m.
Habliath School, 2 p.m.
fecrvleo i-vury day, M a.m.
Hkv. 1'. .1. OMULLonAK, Priest.
M JOSKI'll'S CHUItCII.-(Ocniian,) cor
ner ol Walnut anil uroHN strceta.
.Mas, every Sabbath nt 10 o'clock a. m.
Vcp:r, '! p. in.
Jlu during week day, 8 o'clock a. m.
Hkv. O. HoitmaN, Priest
OKItMAN LUTUKIIANCIIUUCII 13th
trect between Washington Avenuo mid
Walnut Mrcct. , ,
Preaching Sunday morning at 10 o'clock.
Haliuatli Srliool al t! O'imock p.m.
ItKV. Iton'T. IlKt.nio, Pastor.
VOtTN'fl Ml'.N'S IMIUISTIAN AHSoCIA
TION'. Regular meeting nccond Monday
e ach month at their room ocr llockwell
ft Co'n book More, Commercial avenue.
Weekly l'rayer meeting, Friday, 71 p.m. at
L. W. Stii.lwkll. President.
hi:COM) MISSIONAItV IIAPTIST
(-'liL'llOll. Comer Sycamore ami rotty
llr.t Htructs. Preaching b'jbbuth ut 11
o'clock a. in. and 3 o'clock p. m.
Siiiiul v fl.rutl I i..lriiW ii. in.
Thu church In connected with the Illinois
Awoclutlon, by the t lrt Jlln-louary nap-
tlat Church ol Cairo.
lti:v. Solomon Leonard, Pastor.
AKltlCAN MKTIIOIJIST. Fourteenth, bo
iwccu Walnut und Cedar.
!jenlcc,.S.tbbaVli. 11 a.m.
Sa'iballi School, 1) p.m.
Cl.il mectii at a p.m.
blX'ONl) FKKB WILL BAPTLST'-Klf.
vecnth Street., between Wahiut ami Cedar.
hen ken Sabbath. 1) and 3 p. m.
ItKV. N. Kicks, Pastor.
flUlK WILL BAP'IIST HOMK MISSION
SAU1IAT11 SOIlOuL.- Corner Walnut
ami Cedar Street.
Sabbath School, U a.m.
FIIWT FUEE WILL IIAI'TIST CUUIICU
Services, Sabbath 11 a.m.. 3 p.m. ft 7) p.m.
Ktv. Wm. Kkllky, l'astor.
KIltST MISSIONAKY BAPTIST CUUIICU.
-Cedar, between Ninth aud Teutli Ms.
Preaching Sabbath, 10) a, m. and 7) p.m.
l'rayer uiectlmr, edueday evening.
Preaching, Friday evening.
feabbath School, 1) p.m. John Vanliaxtcr
aud Mary btciibciis, Supcriutuiidentx.
ItKV. T. J, SllOKKrt, Pastor.
SECOND HAPTIST CHUUCil-Kotirtccnth
Street, between Cedar and Walnut. Tho
only lUptlat church recognized by tho As
sociation. Sen'lcei), Sabbath. 11 a.m. 3 p.m. and 7 p.m.
Hrv. Jacoii Uuadlkv, Kliler.
CAU'.O rCOMMANOEKY, No. 13. Statu!
Aaxetubly ut the Ayium Maoiilc Hall, llrt
ana ttilrU Monday 111 each mouth.
CAIUO COUNCIL, No. SI. Itegular Convo-
ration at Manouie Hall, thc"econd Friday
In each mouth.
CAIUO CUAl'TEH No. 71. Hegular Con-
vocation at Masonic Hall, on the third
Tueday ol every month,
CAI1KJ l.ODUK, No. 'i'I7 I'.ft A. JL Ucgu-
lar lminumcaiionn at jiatomc uau, me
recoud aud tourth Moudayn of each month.
ALEXANOEU LOUOK, ---" MeeU In Odi.
Fellowi' nail, lu .ner uunuing, every
Thursday evening at 8 o'clock.
Oovcrnor-Hlchard .1. Oslcsby.
Lleutenant-Uovcnior Juhn L. IlevcrlJgc.
eecreun- of State George II. Harlow.
Auditor of SUte C. E. Llpplucott.
Htato l'reaurer Ca-pcr Hutz.
Attorney General ,Iame K. Lihall
Supt. l'ublic Iniitnictlon-Newtou ltatcman
Senator Lyman Trumbull and John A.
'Teprcentatlvo for tho Statc-at-Large S.
IteiireAeutuuvo mine emit uitinut ioun
MK.MHF.I13 GENfiUAL AS5EMI1LY.
ltpmcMMitutheK In the With illtrlet.
John H. Oberly, Wm. A. Lcijtma ami Math
ew J. Inicorc.
Senator lor tuo nutu uuirici. .icic v arc,
JtidKC D. J. Uaker, of Alexander.
St.'ti1' Atiorney l'atrlek II. Tope.
Clerk H. S. Yoeum.
Shell ir A. 11. Irvin.
Wm. Martin .Wcor and Treasurer.
COUNTV COUUT. ,
Judge F. UroM.
Aittoelateii J. K. McCrito and S. MarchU
Clerk .Jticob G. Lynch.
Coroner .John II. Ooenman,
MUNICIPAL TlO VEUNMENT.
Mayor John M. Lntidcn.
Treauri'r It. A. Cunningham,
Comptroller E. A. Iltiniett.
Clerk Michael llowley,
Marchal Andrew Cain.
Attorney 1'. II. I'ono.
l'ollco .MajUtrate V, Uross and 11. Stan
Unci oi roiice t.. it. Myers.
Mayor Jolin M. Ijmstlcn.
Flrfct Ward-1'. G. Hchuh.
Second Ward C. It. Woodward.
Third Ward Jno. Wood.
Fourth Ward S. Staatu Tavlor.
Cltv.at-Lartro W. 1". Hatlldav and I).
noAuD or aldkhmkn.
virut tVnnl lamca Uearden. A. it K.r.
ford, Isaac Walder.
Second Wartl-H. II. Cunningham, I;, nu.
der, (J. Stanecl, Jnmca Swayne.
Tlilnl waru wm. oiruiiun, ;. i. rmtiln.
Fourth Ward-Jno. II: Hoblnson, G. 1.
cube, J, 11. Metcalf.
U. WARDNER, M. D.
Odlco nnd Ucsldencu 111 Comincrclul avc
ntio, (uoxt door to tho Atliunuiim),
DR. 13. 0. TABER,
Will rcBUlue tho practice ol hla tirofeflsion
with especial rcfcrcnco to tho cloctrlua
treatment ol disease In all tho new and Im
proved methods of application.
In all cac8 of fomalo complaints a lady
Will hu In attendance..
Olllco, 1M Commercial avenue, up tttlin.
WILLIAM R. SMITH, M. D.
RESIDENCE No. 21 Thirteenth (treet, be.
Iweeo Wmlnngton avenue and Wnlnut etreet.
omen u, Commercial aveuun, up ttalra.
0. W. DUNNING, M. D.
pKHIDENCE-oornorNlnth and Walnut its,
i'0fl',e corner Htith etreet and Ohio levee,
oraoe houn froma .ra.tol'im.,andp.m
U. S. UKIGIIAM, M. D,,
iL.ra,o?.p.,t1'10 1y,'ehn and Surgoon. or
ill, ;ommerclt "venue. Kettdeuce on
vrJX?et tUreo door weit of O. R,
Contlutiad from Tho Uullctlii of tho 23d.
It w tuo Hut UaV of thu Jiiuunrv
tlmw. ThoBiiow lily tnlck upon ttiu-buuiu-
i'P, but wm raj.pmiy uitioivin iinu
milliont of waturUro, which sparkled
Uuwnuurde throtigii ttiu auutiiinu, rvitu
thu noliu of a lumuier ebowur btuiuaih thu
oaves Aiunu tbo atreut, thu tti'den mow
wi ui bind und ftolid hi a puvuldtnt f
wMtu innrblo, und liuil not el grown
tiKiltlti tliHiprin-liko tempoiuturu. Hut,
wlun IVtor thrutt forth lilt head, hu raw
that tho inhabitant, if not tno town, vveru
uiroduy iiikwcu out by tlil warm uny,
ul'ler two or Ihreu weeks of winter wuitther.
It ifUdduukd lillii. u uladiieii with a ith
1rfniliin through It, to tea tho Jtrcnm of
InUlef, gllultij; uloiig thu slippery i;dc
wiilki, with tbeir red checkt, Itt oir by
quilted hood I, Loaa' and sablo capl, llko
roioi ntnldit n new kind of fullugo. The
fleijfb-bullt Jingled tu und fro coiilinuully,
loiiietimoi nniiiiunclni! thu nrrival of u
lulgh Irnui Vermont, laden with tho fro
zen bodlo ul norkori, or thuup, und pur
huit n deer or two; tomotimei of it regular
market-inaii, with chicken, ueeto, or tur
kuf, compritliig thu wbolu tfol my of a
barn-ynrd; und noinetlmet oI'h farmer and
nil dmnu, who Intel corno to town purity
for thu ride, partly to go n shopping and
purtly for tlx, into of rutno eggs und but-
tur. Thitcouplo rodo in an old luihloncd
square sluigh, which had served them twerr-
ty wintcrr, und Hood twenty summers In
tho sun bitido their door. Now, n gentlo
man or lady skimmed the snow, in an ele
gant car, aliaped somuwlmt liku u cockle
shell. Now, attain sleltth, with its cloth
curtains thrust asidu to admit tho sun,
tiuUicJ rapidly down tho street, whirling
in und out umont; thu vehicles that ob
structed ill iHingu. Now camp, round a
corner a slmilltudu ot Noah a ark, on run
ners, being an immenso open sleigh,
with teats for nfty people, aud drawn by
a doZ'iii horses. Tnis spacious receptaclu
was crowueu witu merry maids und merry
bachelors, merry girls nnd boys, nnd mer
ry old folks, all'nllvo with fun, nnd grin
ning to the full width ol their mouths.
Thoy kept up it hu.z of babbling voices
and low laughter, nnd sometimes burst in
to a doep. joyous shout, which tho specta
tors unvwertd with threo cheers, wbllo a
gang of roguish boys let drivo their snow
balls right nrnong tho pleauro pt.rty.
Tho sleigh passed on, nnd, when con
cealed by a bend of tho street, was still
audlblo by n distnnt cry or merriment.
Never had I'eler beheld a livelier scone
than was constitutol by all theso accesio
ti s; thu brlghtsun; tlic Uaihln a'erdropi;
tho gleaming snow; thu cheerful multi
tude; tho variety or YobIcles;'and thn jinglo
tangle of merry bells which imtdu thu
huurtdancu to their music. Nothing dis
mal was to bo seen, except thnt peaked
iiittcu of untiiiuity, I'eler Uoldthwalte.s
huuso, which might woll look sad exter
num, sinco such a terriblo consumption
w preying on its imides.
And lMur s taunt Ui-uro .half vlilbln
in tho iiri'icctin,' second story, was
wormy oi nit nouc.
''I'eler! How troes It. friend l'etcr?'
cried a voice across tho street, us l'cter
was drawing In his head. ".Look out here,
i'eler lookcJ, nod saw Lis old partner,
Mr. John llrown, on thu opposite side
walk, porllv nnd comfortable, with bis
furred cloak thrown opaii, disclosing t
tiHtidtomu surtout beneath, ills voice had
diruclud the ultuntion of thu wbolu town
(o l'uter Uuldthwaito's window, mid to
thu dusty tea roc row which appeared ul it.
"l say, i vter, cried Jlr. Jlrown ag.ln,
'what tlio duvil uro vou about tl ere. that
I hear such u racket, whenever I pass by?
Vou uro repairing tho old home, 1 sup
pose, making u new ono of it, eli'f '
"lolato lur that, Jlr, llrown, replied
I'ttur. "If I maku It now, u will bu new
ninli) and out, from thu collar upwards."
"Had not uu bolter let mu tuko the
uor sum Mr. urown, signiucuutiy.
"Sol vet," answered i'elur, hastily
hulling Iho window; for, over since hu
had been in toutrch of thu treasure, hu hu-
td to tiuvo peoplu sluro at-hini.
As ho druw buck, mtintned of bis out
ward poverty, yet proud of tho secret
wuulth within his urasp, n haughty mule
nliown out on l'eter's visage, with pre
c!iily thu etToct of tho dim sunbeams in
tho squalid chamber. Ui onduuvored to
usiuinu such u mien us his ancestor had
probuhly wotn, when hu gloried in the
building of a sirong bousu lor a homo to
many gunurutions ot his posterity. Uul tho
chamber was viiry dark to l.is snow-dazzled
(-yet, and very dUmal, too, in contrail
Will) lUU llVlllg fCrllO hu hud JUll looked
upon. Uis brier gliuipso into tho street
hud given him a forcible imprersion of tho
manner in which thu world kept itself
cheurful and prosperous by soclnl pleas
ures und an iniuicourso of huiinefs, w lulu
hn, in seclusion. Was pursuing un object
that might possibly bo it phantasm, by a
method which moit people would call
madnuss. It is ono great advuntugo of a
gregarious modo of lite, that each person
realties his mind by other minds, und
squares hu conduct to thnt of his neih
burs, so its seldom to bo lost in eccentric
ity, l'cter Uoldthwuitu hnd oxposed him-
oil to tuts inuuoncu. by merely looking
out of thu window. For tuvhile. ho
doubtoil whether thero wuro any hidden
cnou ot goiu, hiiu, in that case, whother It
was so exceedingly wieu to tear tho houso
down, only to bo convincod of its non-nxistonco.
llut tliis win momontary. Totor. tho
dostroyor, resumed tho task which fate
hud assigned him, nor laitorod again till it
wus accomplished. In tho courso of his
search, hu met with many things which
uro usually found in tho ruins of an old
bousu, and also with eomo Hint aro not.
What seemed most to tho purpose, was a
ruitv kov. which had been thrust into a
chinlt in tho wall, with a wooilon lable ap
pended to tbo bandlo, bearing tlio initials,
1'. O. Another slntrular diicovorv was
that of a hottlo of wino, wnlled up'ln nn
old oven. A tradition ran in tho family,
that l'otor'rf grandfather, a loviul -ofllcor
n tllO old Froncll war. had sot nsliln mnnv
dozons of tho precious liquor, for tho bon
ollt of topers thon unborn. Potor noeded
no cordial to BustHln his hopes, nnd thcro
foro ho kopt tho wina to gladden his sue
c.e8,.'u "lrPnco did ho pick un,
that had boon lost through tho cracks in
tho floor, nnd eomo fow Spanish coins,
nnd tho half of a broken sUponco, which
hud doubtless boon n lovo tokon. Thoro
was alio a silvr coronation medal of
Ooorce tho Third. Hut, old Potor
Goldthwnlto'g strong box tied from ono
dark corner to another, or otherwlno elu
ded tho socorid Potor'a clutches, till,
should ho sopk much farthor, ho must
burrow into too earth.
Wo will tiot follow him In Ms trium
phant progress, step by stop. Sufllco it
that Petor worked llko a stonm-engino'
and finished, in that one winter, tho w!
which all tho former inhabitants 0f (ho
housp, With tlmo and tho olomonts to aid
tiiMiu, bad only nan uoi.o in n tuiuurj,
Kxcept tho kitchen, "ovcry room und
cliaiuuer was now gulUd. 1'ho houso was
nuibiuif but a ahull tho apparition of a
huuio us unreal as ttiu paiuud edillces of
a ibeatro, l wu' llku lU0 perfect nnd of
a grt cheese, in wmcn n muusu nuu
uwull und ruholed, till it was a cheeso no
moio. And i'elur was thu mouio.
What i'elur bad lorn down, TaMtba
hud burned up; for she wisely ".onsidcred
lout, without u house, tliey should need no
wood lu warm it; and, therefore, economy
Wus nonsuhsu. Thus I o wbolu bousu
might bu said to huvu dissolved in aiuoku,
ana flown up among thu clouds, through
thu great black fluu of tho kitchen chim.
nuy. It wut un ndpilrublu parallel to tbo
fuut uf tho man whn jumped down his own
On tho night between tho laU day cf
winter and thu llrsl day of spring, ovory
clunk Hnd cr.inny bad been ransacked, ex
cept within tho precincts of thu Uilchun.
This latud uvenuig'was an ugly ono, A
mow-storm had set in somu hours before,
und Was still driven ami
lotted about thu ntmosphoro by
a real hurrlcano, which fought
against tho houio, ss if tho princo of tho
uir, in person, were pitting tho tlnal stri.Uu
to Tutor's labors. Tru Iramcwork being
to much weakened, und tho inward props
removed, it would huvu been no marvel,
if, in soiuo stronger wrestlo of tho blast,
tho rotten walls ot the cdillco, und all tho
peaked roofs, hud eomo crtshing down
upon tho owner's head. lie, howuvor, win
careless Of thu peril, but us wild Hnd rest
less as tho night Itself, or ns tho tlarno that
quivered up tbo chimney, ut each roar of
tbo tempestuous wind.
"Thu wino, Tublthn I" ho cried. "My
grandfather's rich old wino 1 AVo will
drink It now I '
Tnbitha uroao from her smoke-blackened
bench in thu corner, and placed tho bottle
before l'uter, closu bcsldu tho old bras
lamp, which hud llkowliu been tho prizo
of his researches. Peter hold it before his
eye.', and, looking through tho liquid
medium, beheld thu kitchen illuminated
with a glory which also enveloped Tu
bulin, nnd gilded her silver hair, and con
verted her mean trarments into robes ot
queenly splendor. It reminded him of his
goiuen urea in.
"Mr. Petor," remarked Tabilha, " must
tho winu be drunk before tho money is
"Tbo money Is found!" exclaimed
Peter, with u sort of fierceness. "Tho
chest Is within my reach. I
will not sleep till I bavo
turned this key In tho rusty lock, llut,
Ursl ot all, let us urlnlc i '
There being no corkscrew in tho house,
ho s m oto thu neck ol tho bottlo with old
Peter Goldlhwnile's rusty key, and decap
itated tho sculed cork at a siuglu blow.
Hu thun filled two little china cups which
Tubilha had brought from tho cupboard.
So clear and brilliant was this aged wine,
ttiHt it shown within tho cups and rendered
thu sprit; of scarlet Dowers, at thu bottom of
each, moro distinctly visible than when
thero had been no winu. its rich and dell-
catu perfume wasted itself round tho
"Drink, Tablthal" cried Petor. "Bless
lugs un thu honest old fellow who setusldo
this good liquor ror you and me I And
hero's to Peler Uoldthwaito's mmnorv I"
"And good causu havo we to remember
bim, ' quoth Tubilha, ns sbo drunk.
How many yean, and through what
changes or furiuno and various culamity,
had that bottlo hoarded up its clTervcsceiit
joy, to bo quailed at lust by two such boon
companions I A portion ol tho happiness
of u former age had been kept for thtm,
and was now set free, in a crowd of re
joicing visions, to sport amid tho storm
and desolation of thu proiunt time. Until
they huvo tlmshed tbo bottle, wa must
turn oar eyes olsowbiro.
It so chanced, that, on this stormy
night, Mr. John Drown (ound himself ill
ut vutts, in his wiro-cush'.uncd arm-chair,
oy inn glowing grato ol anthracite, which
heated his handsome parlor. Ilo wus
naturally a good sort of a man, and kind
and pitilul, whenever tbo misfortunes of
others happened to roach his heart
through thu padded vest of bis own pros
perity. This evening, ho hud thought
much about his old partnur, Peter Gold
ihwuile, Li, tra:ig4vaguries, and continual
ill luck, tho poverty oi his dwulling, at
Mr. lirown's last visit, und Peter's crazed
and haggard apect, when ho had talkod
with him ul the. window.
"Poor fellow I" thought Mr. Urown.
"Poor, cru,ckhrnlnod Poler Goldlhwuitol
For old xuquHlntanco' sake, I ought to
have taken caro that ho wus comfortable
this rough winter."
Tbu.-u fueling grow so powerful, that,
in eplierof thu uiclemont weuiher, hu ru
solvud to visit Puler Uoldthwaiiu Immedi
ately. Tho strength of the impul.o wus
really slugular. Every shriek of iho
Ll ut seemed it summons, or wouM huvo
buemud bo,had Mr.iiruwu beun accustomed
to hear the echoos of his own fancy in the
wind. Much amazed ut such u;nvu be
nuvolencu, hu huddled himself in his cloak,
muttlud his throat anil cars in comforters
und handkerchiefs, and thus fur tilled, badu
dotluucu to thu tempest. Jiut tho powers
of tho uir hud rather tho best of thu bat
tle. Mr. Urown whs just weathering tho
corner, by Potor Goldthwaitu's house,
when tho hurrlcano caught bim oil' his
leot, tossod him face downwurd into n
suow-bahk, nnd proceeded to bury his
protuberant part beneuth fresh drifts.
Thero seemed littlo hope of his roappoar
itncu, earlier tlmn the next tlmw. At tho
sumo moment, his hat wus snatched nwny,
and whirled ulolt into somo far distant re
gion, whonco no tidings havo us yot re
turned. Novortholrss Jlr. Drown contrived to
burrow n passugu through tho snow-drift,
and, with his bare head bent ugainst thu
storm, floundered onward to Putor's door,
Ther was euch a croaking, and groaning,
nud rattling, an such un omlnom shaking
throughout tho crazy cdillco, that thu
loudest rap would huvo been Inaudible to
those within. Ho thoruforo en
tered without corcmony, aud groped
his way to the kitchen.
Ills intrusion, oven thero, was un
noticed. Petor and Tabitha stood with
their bucks to tho door, stooping ovor a
largo chest, which, apparently, thuy had
just dragged from a cavity, or concealed
closet, on tho lolt tldo of tho chimney,
lly tho lamp in the old woman's baud,
Mr. Drown saw that tho chest was barrod
nnd clumped with iron, strengthened with
iron plates, and studded with iron nails,
no us to bo a 111 receptaclo in which tho
wealth of ono century might bo hoarded
up for tho wnnts of anolhor. Potor
Uoldthwailo was inserting u key into tbo
'0 Tabithal" criod ho, with tremulous
rapturo, "how thrill I endure the of
fulgonco? Tho gold I tho bright, bright
gold I Mothinks I can romombor my last
Slanca at it, Just as tho iron-plated lid fell
own, And ovor elnco, being seventy
years, it has been blazing in s.-cret, and
gathoring its splendor against this glorl
ous moment I It will flash upjn us like
tho noonday sun I"
"Then shado vour eyes, Mr. Petor 1"
said Tabilha, with somewhat loss patlonco
that, usual. "But, for morcy'a aako do
turn tho koyl"
And, with a strong effort of both hands,
Peter did force tho rusty koy through the
Intricacies ol tho rusty lock. Mr. Brown,
in tho moan time, had drawn near, and
thrust liis oagor vlsugo botwen those of
tho other two, at tho lntant Potor throw
up tho lid. No suddon bluzo illuminated
" What's horo 7 " oxelaimod
Tabitha, ndjuiling hor spoctaclcs.
nnd holding tho lamp ovor tho open chest,
' Old Putor Ooldthwalte's hoard of rags."
"Protty much sn, Tabby," said Brown,
lifting a handful of thu treasure.
O, what a ghost of burled wealth bad
Pfter Ouldtnwnito raised, toscarnhimsolf
out of his scanty wits withal 1 Hero was
tho tembtanco of an Incalculable sum,
(though to purchase the wholo town, and
build every street nnow, but which, vast
ns it was, no sann mm wo.ild havo givon
a slxpenco fur. "What, then, In sober rarn
cst, worn tho dolualro treasures of the
chnit? Why, horo worn old provincial
bills of credit, nnd treasury notes, and
bills of land banks, and all other bub
blos of tho sort, from the first lsmo, above
a century nnd a half ago, down nearly to
tho revolution. ISilU of a thousand
pounds were intermixed wiih parchment
pennies and worth no moro than they.
"And this. then, is old Peter Gold-
thwulto's trcaiurol" said John Drown.
'Your namosake, Petor, was something
llko yourself; aud, when Iho provincial
currency had depreciated fifty or seventy-
11 vi pur cunt, ho bought It up with tho ex
pectation of a riso. I havo beird my
grandfather say, that old Potcr gavo his
lather a mortgugo of this very houso and
land, to raise, cash for his silly project.
But tho currency kept sinking, till nobody
would taku It us a irift: and thcru was old
Peter Goldthwaitc, llko Petor tho second,
with thousands in his strong box, and
hardly a coat to bis back. Ho wont mad
upon tin strength of it. But, novor mind,
l'uter i Jt is just tho sort or capital ror
building castles in the air."
"The houso will bo down about our
cars I" cried Tabitha, as tho wind shook it
with increasing violence.
"Lt it falll" said Potor, folding his
arms, ns ho seated himself upon the chest.
"o, no, my oldrrlend I'eler," said John
Brown. "I huvo houso room for you and
Tabby, and a tafo vault for the chest of
treasure. To-morrow wo will try to eomo
to' an agreoment about tho sale of this old
house. Ileal estate is well up, and I could
nfl'ord you n pretty handsome prico."
"And I," obtervfd Petor Goldthwalto,
with reviving spirits, "huvo a plan for
laying out tho cash to a good advantage."
"Why, ns to that," muttered John
Brown to himsolf, "wo must apply to tho
next court for a guardian to tako raro of
tho solid cash; and if Peter insists upon
speculating, ho may do it to his heart's
content, with old Peter Ooldthwalte's
PREPARING FOR TFIE IXAUG
THE DISPLAY TO BE THE
GRANDEST EVER WIT
NESSED IN WASHINGTON.
GOV. WAR MOTH DISPAIRS OF
FERENCB IN LOUISIANA.
Wjisiii.voToy, March 3. Tho city is
already crowded with visitors, aud overy
train adds largely to tho numbor. Tho
arrangements for tho inauguration aro
complctod, and will eclipso anything over
icon in Washington, fur splendor and
magnificent display. Pennsylvania ave
nue, along which tho grand inaugura
parado is to move, is olaboratoly decorated
the wholo length, Numerous military or
ganizations aru already represented. Tho
WKST I'OINT CADETS
Aro conspicuous, Tho exocutivo mansion
and public departments aro thronged by
strangers, und a holiday appcaranco is presented.
Tho weather is beautiful,
Is going home, bolioving congress will do
nothing to unseat tho Kellogg government.
Of hungry ofiico-scokors aro flocking to
tho city. Tho postmaster goneral denies
To get his friond Ncsbitt the printing of
tho postago stamps,
Washington, March 3. Tho senate
concurred in houso resolution to print
10,000 copies of tho tostlmony of tlio
Senator Logan called up tho hill to
ostublish a military prison. Passed.
Senator Sherman from tho committee
on llnanco roportod houso bill for tho
roliof of Treasurer Spinnor from re
sponsibility for defalcations of subordi
Senator Hitchcock presented tho cre
dentials of Ingalls, senator oloct from
Tho deficiency hill was taken up and tho
amondmonl reported by tbo commlltoo
greed to. Tho bill passod.
Communications wore presented from
members of tho legnl&turo of South Caro
lina, aghlntt tho admission of Pattonon to
Messrs. Butler and Foters of tbo com
mltteo from tho house appeared at the bar
of the senate and Mr. Duller said : Mr.
President In obedience to an order of
tho house of representatives tbii commit
teo appear at the bar of the senate of the
United States to Impeach Mark W. Da
laby, district judge of tbo United States
court for the district of Kan
sas in tho name of the houso
of representatives and all tho people of the
Unitod States for high crimes and mis
demeanor in office, and we do furtbor ao
quaint tho sonato by order of tho house'
that tho houso in duo tlmo will furnish
particulars and articles against Dolahy,
and mako good tho same. And this com
mittee is further charged by tho bouse to
demand of the senate that they will mako
order for tho appearanco of Mark W.
Delahy, as such Judge, to answor to tho
Tho presiding officer, Mr. Anthony, said
tbo sonato will make the order in tho
promises, of which duo notico will bo given
to tbo houso of representatives,
Washington, D. 0., March 3. Tho
house met at 9 a.m., In continuation of
Mr. Stevenson from tho committoe on
public lands rcportod a substitute for
senato bill authorizing entry of ICO acros
of coal lands by an individual, or 320
acres by an association, at tho rate of $10
por aero, whoro land is not within 15
miles of completed railroad, and $20 per
aero whoro it is. Passod.
Mr. Sargont mado a roport from tho
coramitteo on conference on tho sundry
civil appropriation bills. lie said the son
ato amondment had increased tbo appro
priations by about $6,000,000, tut the con
ference committee had cut down tbo
amondmonts by $3,300,000. Among items
thus cut down, wero $200,000 for interest
on a claim oi tbo Chickasaw Indians ;
$225,000 for further improvement of the
capilol grounds; $500,000 for new state
department buildings ; $280,000 reduction
In tbo navy yards ; $100,000 for telegraph
Mr. Beck of Kentucky, mado & vehe
ment speech against tho conforenco report.
Ho declared them all corrupt schemes,
having no prospect of passage. They
wero put on tho general appropriation
bills in tho eenntc, and thon without even
boing read in tbo house, thoy were sent to
tbo conference by tho committee and fixed
up by this sundry civil appropriation bill.
Thero was 933,000,000 to he taken from
tax-payers in a way congress know
nothing of. Tho committeo on ways and
moans could not to-day roduce the tariff or
revenue laws because congress has already
appropriated $9,000,000 moro than their
extravagant estimates bad asked for in tho
bill, and beforo congress adjourned, that
extra session would reach $20,000,000.
Mr. Voorboos defended tho appropria
tion for tho Improvement of Washington,
and questioned tho propriety of Beck's in
timation that tho scheme which could not
pass the house woro tnkon over to that
disreputable body known as tho Unitod
Mr. Beck justified his formor remark.
and declared tbo houso was moro honest
to-day than tho sonato.
After further discussion of tho confer
ence report the amendment relating to
Unitod Stat os National banknotes, appro
priating $600,000 to replaco worn and
mutilated notes of National banks, was
Among items retained In bill aro
$100,000 for tho observation of tbo transit
of Venus in Decombor; $230,000 for shops
at Rock Island arsenal; $1,000,000 for St,
Louis custom-houso and post-offico.
Mr. Butlor of Massachusetts, Peters,
and Potter, wero uppointod a committeo
to prosont to tho sonato articles of im
poaebment against Judgo jJolahay of
Thu basincss on tho speaker's tablo was
thon taken up. Tho following senate
amendments were agreed to; For tbo
construction of a railroad brldgo across
the Mississippi river at South St. Louis,
two spans to bo S00 feot wide; and tho
bridgo to bo 100 foot abovo low water
mark; for tho paymont of claims allowed
by tho commissioners of Soutborn claims i
to provent cruolty to animals in transit.
Mr. Garflold explained tbo points of tho
report on salaries.
air. arnswortn opposed tho salary
proposition, particularly in view of the re
jection of tho amendment for increasing
the pay of lemalo clorks in departments
from $900 to $1,200. Tho country had had
Lincoln for $25,000 por annum, whon it
was 25 por cent, less than now, and yet
Lincoln saved $50,000 during his term.
Evory president saved money in offlco, be
cause thoro were attached to tbo offlco
emolumonto in tho way of rosidonco, sor-
vunti, etc., of monoy valuo, which was at
least $50,000 a year. Ho hated to see the
Republican party completely wrack
Itself, and cover its his
tory with dishonor by a thing
which shamed Crudit Mobilior nnd every
thing that was corrupt, which bad taken
place in this congress or any other con
gross of which bo had beeu a member,
Mr. Nihlack offered tho report, and he
thought It unseomly to raise tho salaries as
proposed. Congross was already laboring
undor temporary depression In the public
mind. Ilo was opposed to tho roport and
would oppose it to the oxtent of tbo do
foat of tho bill, or an extra session.
Mr Randall sustained the report. Ilo
asked whother it was not moro manly to
vote openly for this increase than for a
member to raise his voice as a demagogue,
and then go to the treasury and tako in
THE PEACE COMMISSIONERS
AT CAPTAIN JACK'S
THE INDIANS ASSENT TO THE
RUMORS OF A GOLD DISCOVERY
MAKING rEACE WITH THE M0D0CH.
San Francisco, March 3, Judge
Roseborough, J. A. Fairchild, Frank Rid
dle, and others, visitod Capt. Jack's camp
yestorday. They wero met by about 30
Indians, to whom terms wero submitted,
vie: That they must surrender to tho
military authorities, and bo removod to
reservations In Arizoha, the InillauTer
ritory or Southern California, Tho party
And romaincd all night. Alt of the In
dians asionted to the terms, and Capt
Jack and several other chiofs expressed
a desire to go to Washington to seo the
groat fathor. Soveral Modocs visitod
Gon. Can by 's camp. Tho gonoral boliovcs
tho war is ended.
ANOTHEK GOLD DISCOVERT,
Salt Lake, March 3. An agent of
Salt Lako parties sent to tho eastern coast
of South America somo months ago, to In
vestfgate rumors of a wondorful discovery
of placer gold, returned to-day, and re
ported oxtravagant confirmation. The
particulars aro yot kopt secret, hut It Is
known that somo of our leading operators
and capitalists loft suddenly for New
York a few days ago, on this business.
A HUGE SWiNDLE PERPETRA
TED ON THE BANK OF
AMA.DE US AND FAMILr EN
ROUTE FOR GENEVA.
AN AUERICAN SWINDLER.
London, March 3. A man named
Warron, alias Horton, an American, has
recently effected a largo swindlo on the
bank of England. Ho has forgod tho
namos of tho Rothschilds and others. Tho
discovery caused great excitement in fi
nancial circles. It is Impossible to state
tho amount or extent, but tho bank of
England cautions the public against nego
tiating cortain C-20 and 10-40 Unitod
Tho frauds on tho Bank of England
reach ono million.
Lisnox, March 3 Ex-King Amadous
and family left this p.m. for Oonova,
Toledo, March 3. The Union manu
facturing company's wooden ware factory
burned ibis morning. Loss $30,000.
Riso and Fall of tho Rivers
For 21 hours ending 3 p. m., March 3, 167.1.
flj7o spot; clear sides 7Jo teller April.
Bacon flrm.shoulders 66c; clear rib Set
clear 8J8Jc. Lard nominal 7c. Bar
lower $t 404 90.
HAIR DRESSING oF" THK
The coiffure has at last sained its hlirh.
est altitude; it is impossible to elevate any
mgoer ino poui oi nngor tresses, ana tins
broad braid extending quite ovor to tb
brow. That women make of themselves
martyrs to fashion is very evident mar
tyrs to neuralgia, Influenza and rheuma
tism, from the exposuro of the back of thu
head, that most sensltivo of regions, mlnu
hair or any shield from tho fierce blasts of
wintor. When shall we learn lobe consist
ent in tho toilette? Because fashion ordaint
tho Josephine coiffure for carriage dress,
for the ball-room, for the bouse, she never
Intended to make women ridiculously ab
surd In tho street, in street cars and.
draughty omnibuses, caricatures in thu
towering high bats anjl bair faithfully
drawn un to the apex from behind If
tholhalr is dressod blth, the braids can bo
wound classically and closely around tho
head, forming some protection and add
ing, at least, a beauty to tho shape. Fash
Ion can bo followed and yet Improved up
on; ior example. If the hair is dressed
high, curls can fall from beneath just at
tho nnpo of tho nock, tho back hair can ba
slightly . waved and drawn up loose
ly. Tho braid surrounding tho
hoad lies flat instead of in the
former coronet shaoc. nnd from beneath
lightly falls the fluffy fringe of crimped
hair, or if not becoming to all styles, the
fringe can ho of waving little curls on tho
brow. Yet another arrangement is a flat
bow of bair on top, a collection of slossv
finger puffs and braided locks at tho back.
The low Oreok forehead can wear with
classical impunity what would be simply
usura upon a massive men crow; so wltn
tho broad full face requiring the frame
worn ot nair, ana me uolicalo oval race,
superior to adventitious ornament; ono
can disregard the close adhnrence to tbo
very latest fashion if thereby the faco is
made sweeter to look upon.
FIRE AND MARINE
NIAOARA, IT. T.,
QEBUANIA, If. T.,
HANOVER, V. T,
Allfltfl(-i--MwtwMmMSMeMeT34 BOS CO
REPUBLIC, K. Y.,
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Comprising thcUaderwrlUrt' Aincjr.
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SECURITY, K. T. UARINX,
4ssets.., . 1,432,849
St. Louis ,
titorei. Dwelling, Furniturs, Bulls and Oar
goes, Insured at rata a favorable a sound, pr
manent sMurltr will wurraat.
I respwitfullx ai of the cltlaeaaol Ca
thartof thuir patronage.
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FIRE, HULL, CARGO, LIVE STOCK
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Assets........... M ..J,TSS,000 00
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DAVID "W. HARNETT,
observor Big. Ser. U. S. A.
St. Louis. March 3. Arrived: Canitol
City, Vicksburg; Cowon, Louisville; Joo
Klnnoy, City of Alton and W. N. Itaver
unio river. Departed: Julia, Vicksburir:
Lady Lee, Red river; Elliott. Memnhis.
Falling slowly, and thero is considorablo
ice running, weather cloudy.
Chicago, March 3. Flour stoadv. X
spring, go 767 25. Wheat actlvo, and
advanced 1010; rejoctou 02JU3.
Corn in fair domand and advanced, No. 2
mixed, 814 cash. Oats in lair demand.
No. 2 2Cj cash. Pork active, 113 80
April; $1410 May. Lard active, and
advanced $7 70 cash. Bulk meats steady
salos of short rib looso, 61c; short clear
loose, Cic; shoulders packed, 4Zc. Whis
ky steady, at 80c.
New York, March 3. Flour dull su
per Western and state $5 800 65; com
mon to good SO t!6; good to choice $7 &5(ul
8. "Whiskey Armor 91. Whoat firm, and
holders ask advanco which checks busi
ness; No 2 Chicago, $1 &6(oU 09; red and
amber Western, $1 72t H3. Corn stoady;
raw Western, oi JC4c; now yellow, 04fa
Oftjo. Oati dull aud unchanged. Stock
of grain In warehouse: wheat 773,000;
corn 053,000; oats 893.000. Fork firm;
new moss, $16 12j15 37 J. Beef un
changed, $9U 70; extra, $1'J13 60.
Cut meats, moderate reques: hams ilUc;
shouldors 7c; middles, moderate request;
L O 7lCd7Io. Lard stoadv; Western
steam, 8 7-lO8Jc; kettle 8j8 11-10.
St. Louis, March 3. Flour dull, fall
superiour $505 BO; X $5 76$Q 35; XX
u ou47 20. wheat arm, no a spring
$1 20; No 4 fall tl 00. Corn a fraotion
lower, No 2 mixed 82q32Jo. Oats firmer
No 2 mixed 27(32710. Barley dull. Iowa
choice spring 11. Byo dull 6i!o for prime.
Whiskey 6889Jc. Fork firm, small loU
914 2514 SO, Dry salt meats strong 4
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TRAVELERS', HARTFORD, LIFE AND
- ..........l,6OO,000 0
BAIL WAT PABSENQERB ASSURANCE
V"s M M 1400,000 01
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71 Ohio liSTM,
TEUTONIA LIFE INSURANCE
OF CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
Cental. Office, 171! WabhinotonSt.
This Gorman Life Insurance Company
guarantees not only Paid-up Policies but
aNo a Valuo in Coih ou the Non.forraltura.
JOHN A. BUCK,
JOILV W. PJIUESS,
Agent for Cairo and vicinity.
SECTION NO. 47.
Association for Dromotlmr I.lrVi TBaurann
and Sick Belief by weekly dues and mutual
co-operation In objects ol puhllo benent.
The Llle Insurance Policies will be Issued
by the Teutoula Ufo Insurance Cosnpasy,
H. MKYXRcl, Fresktest
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